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'''Jearl Walker''' (born 1945 in Pensacola, Florida) is a physics|physicist noted for his book ''Flying Circus of Physics'', first published in 1975; the second edition was published in June 2006. He teaches physics at Cleveland State University.[http://facultyprofile.csuohio.edu/csufacultyprofile/detail.cfm?FacultyID=HRW Faculty profile, Cleveland State University] Walker has also revised and edited the textbook ''Fundamentals of physics (textbook)|Fundamentals of Physics'' with David Halliday (physics)|David Halliday and Robert Resnick. Walker is a well known popularizer of physics, and appeared ''The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson''. Walker is known for his physics demonstrations, which have included sticking his hand in molten lead, walking barefoot over hot coals, lying on a bed of nails, and pouring freezing-cold liquid nitrogen in his mouth to demonstrate various principles...
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